Fairplay’s newest visual, “Who Run It“, is the MC in attack mode, flowing over the popular G Herbo instrumental with lyrical twists and turns. This is raw, uncensored hip hop with an energetic video to match. Videographer Rickee Arts captured Fairplay’s rapid fire bars with quick cuts that are as eye catching as they are impactful.
Flatbush, Brooklyn native VVS Verbal presents the music video for “Grind“, his new single featuring General Steele of Smif-N-Wessun and produced by Burlington, Vermont-based producer Es-K, who produces the entirety of Rebirth Of The Slickest, VVS’ new album out now on Bucktown USA.
Eso Tre and Subz are L.A. duo Substance Abuse, presenting the RCKLSS ABNDN-directed music video for the Waes One and Philm One-produced single “Bridges”, featuring Aceyalone of Freestyle Fellowship.
Cloak the Scribe follows up the release of his debut album Dreams of a Giant with the release of his video for “Wake Up“.
Building anticipation as he’s about to release his new EP ART he drops the visual to “Sick” as well to compliment the record. Not only that he recently released his documentary Portrait of a Masterpiece.
James Gardin keeps it moving with a new video for his single “Complaining“. The funk inspired single features production from Young Heat.
Returning from a hiatus, Billie Essco drops off a new track produced by Lucky Seven called “The Winners“, with a video shot by @creativeconnect along side the track. Essco is also gearing up for his new project CAFE dropping later on this month.
Ozu has dropped the music video for “Finding Ozu” which is available on all major platforms.
Iman gets personal this time around with the release of his latest video “Open Letter”. Filmed in his friend’s apartment, the visual switches between shots of Iman performing on a subway platform, and hanging out with his boys in the house.